As much as we love getting a facial, there’s a new kid in town: The Nacial. For all of you Janes who are a little confused by the term (we were too!) a nacial is all about giving your nails a little bit of TLC and what better way to do that than with Trind’s fantastic hand and nail care products.

Trind: Nacial is the new Facial!

With over 25 years in the nail industry, Trind know exactly what they’re talking about, so it’s unsurprising they are one of Europe’s best selling nail care brands.

I was lucky enough to try out some of Trind’s products and was over the moon with the results. I typically avoid looking after my nails, minus giving them a polish once in a while, so was very excited to try out the products.

Over the course of two weeks, I used the products every evening. It was so lovely to dedicate ten minutes to looking after my nails, and super relaxing too. Now my nails are incredible soft and my cuticles are looking very healthy!

Follow these steps and you too will have yourself some very happy and healthy nails:


One simple way to keep your nails healthier is to file and shape them instead of cutting them. The Trind Professional Glass File (£15) leaves them sealed and smooth.


I must admit, I spend a fair amount of time angrily prodding at my cuticles. But Trind Cuticle Remover (£9.95) softens them and enables you to easily remove them with one of the Trind manicure sticks. Two of these are provided in the box with the Cuticle Remover.


Sometimes cuticles can dry out and they’re a pain to get rid of. This is where the Trind Cuticle Balsam comes in handy. It moisturises dry cuticles and completely recovers them.


This isn’t just any ordinary hand cream. The Trind Hand Repair helps the skin with the production of Vitamin F, which helps new healthy cells develop.


I guarantee you’ll get healthy nails in just two weeks. The Trind Nail Repair Color is the final step to strengthening your nails.


We challenge you to try the products out for yourself! All Trind nail care products are available online here and in many high street pharmacy shops.

Have you tried out Trind? What did you think of it? Let us know! @tweetjanes

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